The morning of Thursday, September 26th marked the occasion of the debut of Goodwill’s CARE Fashion Show to the delight of the organization’s volunteer Service Guild members. The award-winning Center for Advocacy, Recreation and Education (CARE) program is designed to provide an array of personal enrichment opportunities for individuals served through Goodwill’s partnership with Hamilton County Developmental Disabilities Services. The Fashion Show for the Guild was actually the second show that the CARE program had produced over a two day period. The Guild show involved 12 models who were attired in outfits and accessories borrowed from Goodwill’s Tri-County store location. As a prelude to the Fashion Show, CARE Program Supervisor, Lois Kramer, provided the Guild members with an overview of the program and the many community-oriented activities that the participants engage in on a regular basis. Kramer also served as the announcer during the Fashion Show event. The 12 models proudly walked through the organization’s Community Room and were greeted with applause and appreciative smiles from the assembled guests. “The show worked out really well,” said Kramer. “I was thrilled for our CARE models as well as pleased about our reception by the Guild volunteers,” added Kramer. For more information about Goodwill’s CARE program, please contact Sharon Hannon, Marketing Specialist at (513) 771-4800, ext. 6364 or email: Shannon@cincigoodwill.org.